When it comes to bedroom style, classic doesn’t have to mean dated. Avoid quirky trends and bold designs, and create a relaxing, restful retreat in your bedroom with our latest trend; Manor Reborn.

Manor Reborn

Comprising of rustic wood, neutral colours and sophisticated textures, Manor Reborn demonstrates how a traditional scheme can be updated for a modern home. Rather than being stuck in the past, this look is full of comfort and cosiness while still remaining fresh and up-to-date.

Find out how to get the look at Barker and Stonehouse.

Rustic Wood Furniture

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Wooden furniture is a great choice for a neutral scheme. Not only will the material add warmth to your bedroom, but its classic look will stand the test of time. Try not to get hung up on matching the shade and grain of each wooden piece to one another as the beauty of this material is in its uniqueness.

Made from reclaimed wood, our Austen bedroom furniture range features a rustic finish that adds depth to a room and works well with a soft and neutral scheme. The simply styled Austen Bed Frame will provide the perfect centrepiece to your bedroom,  while the Austen Wardrobe and matching 4 Drawer Chest will add stylish and practical storage.

Cosy Accessories

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Creating interest in such a simple scheme really is all in the detail. By combining a variety of prints with metallic accents and rich wooden accessories, the refined palette works to create a beautifully cosy atmosphere.

Add layers of comfort to a room with soft furnishings, including cushions, blankets and throws. Drape the Kilnsey Throw and the Silver Brown Faux Fur Throw over the bottom of your bed or an armchair for added warmth.

Finally, complete this sophisticated farmhouse style with rustic accessories such as the Stopwatch Clock and the White Ceramic Vase.

Manor Reborn is easy to achieve in both old and new homes. By choosing classic furniture and adding subtle injections of colour, pattern and texture, this charming look can be interpreted in many ways to suit the natural features of your property.

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